|Datorprogram till ANACONDA - en teknik för textanalys - Leif Robertsson|
This report presents a comprehensive description of the computing methods used for testing ANACONDA (Analysis of Concepts by Data processing). Of special importance is the program developed for identification of words in the text with words in the dictionary. In the form of an appendix some background information to the ANACONDA method is given.
Keywords: computer language; program development; word identification; matching procedure
|Simulering av interpersonella relationer i lärarutbildningen: En vidareutveckling av SIR - Gunlög Frost|
The report describes the development of an interactive behaviour simulator, anchored in theories of behavioural science. It is based on an interaction between teacher behaviours and video-recorded pupil reactions. After presentation of a number of investigations concerning simulation in teacher training, a short description is given of the development of a simulator (SIR). This version has been tested on a small number of student teachers...
Keywords: self-confronation; interactive behaviour; simulation; behaviour theories; real-time imaging
|Television as a Technical Aid in Education and in Educational and Psychological Research: A Bibliographic Account of German Literature - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The report is a bibliographical account of German literature on television as a technical aid in education and in pedagogical and psychological research. The bibliography covers publications produced between 1960 and 1970.
Keywords: television; technical aid; bibliographic data; subject index; name index
|A System for a Computer-based Content Analysis of Interview Data - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
Content analysis based on frequency distributions differs from impressionistic analysis and interpretations of written or spoken text. This type of analysis is objective insofar as it requires an explicit analysis procedure and a formalised analysis. Objectification means that a person transfers certain typical human functions to objects, i.e., tools, and that machines are developed that can carry out functions that were originally subjective...
Keywords: regression analysis; scaling; psycho-linguistics; concept formation; panel studies
|Civil Depth Perception: An Experiment in Competence Development - Inger Bierschenk|
This article focuses on the perception of the surface and deep dimensions of a society and its relation to competence. 117 students from various educational programs in a Swedish gymnasium participated in an experiment in which they were at two occasions exposed to video taped projections of model societies. They responded to 15 statements marking the degree of certainty with which they perceived quality of life in these societies...
Keywords: general linear model analysis; upper secondary students; self-assessment; Sweden; future projection; social texture; eigenvalue; life quality (LQ); civilization
|An Experimental Approach to the Functional Analysis of Text Building Behaviour: Part I. The Verbal Flow - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This presentation is based on a method for analysing the verbal flow in text building behaviour. This method is called Perspective Text Analysis (PTA). It locates and makes use of the discontinuities in produced text. Its task is to characterise the mechanism that governs language production and to foster an understanding of the actual processes of movement in language. The study of this phenomenon is founded on the experimental conditions provided by the famous Visual Cliff...
Keywords: phase; dependency; textual agent; linkage mechanism; energy; quantities; AaO coupling; linear relation; regression; pressure
|Diagnose der Leistungsheterogenität durch die Perspektivische Textanalyse: VERTEX - Inger Bierschenk & Bernhard Bierschenk|
The basic hypothesis of the presented contribution is that mind is an emergent property of the processes that produce natural language expressions. The shape of the mind of a particular person can be discovered through the mechanisms forming the corresponding language space. Although covered by textual surface properties, this space is approachable with VERTEX which is a new version of Perspective Text Analysis (PTA)...
Keywords: functional text geometry; PTA/Vertex; text processiong; AaO model; algorithmic coding
|The Schematism of Natural Language - Inger Bierschenk|
Language processing can hardly be discussed without a statement of the fundamentals on which the instrumentation rests. The models and their operationalisation express the linguist's starting-points, more or less conscious, when he faces the phenomenon of language. A commonly accepted position in linguistics is that language is a set of culturally transmitted conventions. The language describing these conventions is called a linguistic model when it forms some systematics...
Keywords: agent function; Kantian schema; AaO-model; perspective control; empirical validity
|Television som tekniskt hjälpmedel i utbildning och pedagogisk-psykologisk forskning: En bibliografisk redovisning och utvärdering av manuell och datorbaserad litteratursökning - Bernhard Bierschenk|
Information retrieval systems have been designed for making possible rapid and precise answers to queries. This report contains an analysis and discussion of the applied strategy for manual and computer-based search for literature on the subject: uses of closed circuit television in the behavioural sciences. The results of the manual search have been published 1969 in the series Didakometry, No. 24, but the result of the computer-based search is presented in this report.
Keywords: literature search; bibliometrics; search profiles; frequency distributions; computer-based search; manual search; CCTV; videorecording
|Textens essens: En dialog om Perspektivisk Textanalys - Inger Bierschenk|
The present chapter is written mainly as a tutorial for those researchers who try to get out something essential from peoplesâ way of reasoning and behaving and who suppose that this is expressed in their spoken and written language. Fundamental to the method presented here is that it gives a synthesis of the perspective that a text producer gives to a text in the moment of its evolvement. Since a perspective cannot be developed within single clauses and sentences but in the co-operation betwee...
Keywords: concept of text; agent as function; depth of text; perspective borders; graphical sentence; functional clause; perspective differentiation; integration; linguistic models; schema
|Testa för kompetens - bortom kvalifikationerna - Inger Bierschenk|
The aim of this article is to make a distinction between qualification and competence. Although academic institutions, organisations, companies, and schools are focussing upon competence development as the natural answer to new technical and societal demands, no one has succeeded in providing a satisfactory operational definition of âcompetenceâ. A dictionary search has shown that different areas of science and humanities conceive of competence from an analytical point of view, which, in fact,...
Keywords: competence; testing; educational materials; educational goals; surface concepts; structural concepts; war novel; differential learning
|Development of Competence in Dynamic Learning Environments - Inger Bierschenk|
In information rich societies like ours there is a demand for a steadily ongoing discussion and research of the way people in various functions develop and maintain their competence. Competence has become a word of fashion and although everybody thinks that they know what competence is, nobody can tell how it may be measured. The traditional definitions of the word rest on properties, which are equal to knowledge and qualifications...
Keywords: Competence; social concern; measuring learning; public sector; private sector; materials construction
|The Sensing of Competence: Architecture and Functioning of a Plotting Device - Bernhard Bierschenk|
Stimulated by the general philosophical idea oflogical positivism Edgar A. Singer, early in the 1920s made the radical suggestion that behaviour does not have mentalcauses. His thesis, further developed and modified by Arturo Rosenblueth, Norbert Wiener and Julian Bigelow in the early 1940s, has come to be termed behaviouralteleology. The principal motivation for Gerd Sommerhoff was in the beginnings of the 1950s to disjoin the behavioural approach from all notions of mind, mental statesand ment...
Keywords: competence; Targeted system analysis; goal-directed behaviour; visible social texture; association; process; structure; transition probabilities; General Linear Model (GLM); principal component; competition-success flexibility; space relation
|Swedish Semantic Dictionary Base for (570) Adjectives and (880) Verbs - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The dictionary base is representing Swedish adjectives and verbs which were assessed of a sample of 40 randomly selected individuals, drawn from a population of 132 researchers, working in the fields of educational and psychological research. Further, the presented source materials are based on a sample of 600 pages of running text drawn from the 4000 pages of the collected interviews. This base provides a new way of building up concepts and conceptual relations...
Keywords: Multidimensional scaling; Osgood; psychometrics; content analysis
|Embodiment of Consciousness - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The present article is based on the premise that mind is an emergent property of the processes that produce consciousness. Any scientific understanding must necessarily consider the need of an explanation of consciousness. Instead, the non-sense property of traditional scientific modelling appears to hide the phenomenon. In contrast, the explored hypothesis is based on the assumption that the meaningfulness of natural language is the carrier of consciousness...
Keywords: shapes of mind; AaO-axiom; consciousness; non-linear dynamics; awareness; causal loop diagram; ecological model; brain models; geometrical computation
|Effectiveness of Literature Study in Discriminative Interaction with Projected Societies - Inger Bierschenk|
The present paper is intended to give an account of the reactions of 19 years old students of a Swedish Gymnasium to some 20th century ideas and their social implementation. The students were exposed to three potential developments of future societies and thereafter an extended course on modern literature took place. All participating students, in all 90 subjects, were re-tested on the same three videotape societies...
Keywords: literature; model society; educational profile; scientific paradigms
|En modell för ett interaktivt informations- och dokumentationssystem - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report is based on studies of literature and the writerâs own experiences of the use of computer-based information and documentation systems. The report presents principles for the development of an interactive, self-regulating and self-controlling information and documentation system. Based on a system theoretical point of view a model for a realisation of an information and documentation system is outlined...
Keywords: I&D-system; network; education; I&D-functions; self-regulation; self-control
|En datorbaserad innehållsanalys av intervjutext: Numerisk beskrivning och multivariat analys - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report gives a description of the steps in an analysis of the dimensionality in interview texts. By means of cluster analysis techniques the interview materials have been condensed. Based on the results derived from several clusters a discrimination analysis has been carried out. In the final discussion the results are related to (1) the psycholinguistic model and (2) the model of the research process, which have guided this research.
Keywords: cluster; probability; group; assignment; discrimination; dendrogram
|Perception, strukturering och precisering av pedagogiska och psykologiska forskningsproblem på pedagogiska institutioner i Sverige - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report presents and motivates the theoretical frame of reference and choice of research strategies and methods in a project on research planning. It contains (1) a theoretical model and (2) empirical data concerning the initial phase of the research process. A model, based on principles of general systems theory and a psychology of information, is described and the design of an interview study and its realization is reported...
Keywords: research problems; structuring; perception evaluation; policy; descriptive statistics; general systems theory
|Television as a Technical Aid in Education and in Educational and Psychological Research: A Bibliography - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The report is a bibliographic account concerning television as a technical aid in education and in pedagogical and psychological research. The main stress in this bibliography lies on English and German dissertations from the period 1962-1969. To some extent other published materials in the English language are also included.
Keywords: television; technical aid; bibliographic data; subject index; name index
|The Tacitness of Tacitus - Bernhard Bierschenk|
In the present study, emphasis is put on two kinds of measurement. One concerns the analysis of verbal flows by means of Volume-Elasticity measures. The other is directed toward the analysis of information flow structures and their representation in the form of a Metaphysical Cube. Because information transaction cannot be studied without an emphasis on the text producer's text building behaviour, his intended and oriented schematising as unitising activity has been focused upon...
Keywords: Europe; thought; kinetics; text building; tensile strength; kinematics; grouping; branching; cube; flow coupling
|The Agent Function as the Basis for Perspective Control - Bernhard Bierschen & Inger Bierschenk|
How to study knowledge representation on empirical grounds has been made the theme of this article. It emphasises in particular the steering and controlling function of the agent. The agents of a text are bound to a perspective. By differentiating the perspective from the figure and its ground the method presented shows how these basic components covariate. Their coordinative structure is brought out by means of a topographic representation.
Keywords: agent; function; topographic; representation; steering; mechanism; hierarchical; cluster; ESS; values; significance
|Några personlighetsvariablers betydelse vid lärarkandidaters perception och värdering av egen undervisning - Kerstin Skog-Östlin|
The purpose of this report has been to describe in detail eighteen tests of a battery of personality tests, administered in a self-confrontation experiment. The results indicate that in general personality variables, especially those mirroring an interest in one’s self, play a major roll in perception and evaluation of one’s own teaching.
Keywords: self-confrontation; experiment; personality tests; multivariate analysis; self-interest
|Selbstkonfrontation über Closed-Circuit Television in der Lehrerausbildung: Ergebnisse, Implikationen und Empfehlungen - Bernhard Bierschenk|
An experimental study was carried out at the Malmö School of Education in 1969 and 1970 for the purpose of studying the effects on the self-assessment of student teachers of, firstly, externally mediated self-confrontation processes (via closed-circuit television and video-recording), and secondly, dyadic confrontation processes (in the form of traditional tutoring). Detailed reports on the background, design and result of the experiment have been presented in Swedish...
Keywords: self-confrontation; closed circuit televison; teacher training; panel studies; structure analysis
|An Excursion into the Ecological Coordinates of Language Space - Inger Bierschenk|
This article should be regarded as a position paper, which outlines an ecological theory of language. The paper makes the analogy between the physical and mental growth of a human being and the rhythmic movement of writing and textual development. Thus text building is conceived of as a process developing into a structural whole. This process is inherent in the language mechanism. The paper describes the way this mechanism operates to form a structural whole out of the natural distortions in the...
Keywords: text; development; text flow; intentionality; ecology; language; wholeness; demarcation; restriction; transformation; convergence
|Individual Growth in Competence - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
This article presents the second study in a series that has been designed to manifest the emergence of consciousness and to measure developed competence. Its major aim has been to demonstrate that an invariant formulation of the Agent-action-Objective model and an analysis of its A-O kinematics have the capacity to re-produce contour similarity over time. Within the studied evolutionary-developmental context, the bio-kinematics of the discovered AaO-mechanism has governed the synthesising of inf...
Keywords: string; AaO mechanism; dynamics; concept; writing style; analytic; descriptive; synthetic; reflective; teaching process; Dwarf; Lagerkvist
|The Split Between Meaning and Being - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The discussion in this article takes its point of departure in the generally accepted position of cognition-oriented scientists that intelligent behaviour requires an organism/formalism, which can abstract information from the environment. By examining some operationalised schema models the author shows to what extent these have been capable of explaining the development of behaviourally meaningful cognitive functions...
Keywords: organism; formalism; cognitive functions; schema model; progressive behaviour; autonomous observer; operation space; projection mechanism; binocular disparity
|Provision and Preservation of Knowledge: A Department of Educational and Psychological Research as Laboratory for Analysing Scientific Discourse - Bernhard Bierschenk|
Two kinds of perspectives governing the provision and preservation of knowledge, a universal and an ecological, are discussed in the present article. In the first case, scientific observations are represented through a semantic interpretation of facts. This is illustrated with a series of experiments on semantic feature perception in the recall of pictures that were described by descriptor terms. In the second case, scientific observations are conceived as part of a constitutive context...
Keywords: document-event involvement; AaO-paradigm; thesaurus; vocabulary; recall; semantic features; ecological approach; institutional affiliation; transition probabilities
|Conceived Limits for Manipulated Reproduction - Inger Bierschenk|
This article is focusing on the notion that the design of a civilization is perceivable to its citizens only to the degree that they have the cognitive instruments to judge it properly. With the purpose to clarify how two Swedish female adolescents comprehend the information structure of a utopian society, their written responses to Huxley’s Brave New World are studied. The method used for the analysis is Perspective Text Analysis (PTA/Vertex), which is founded on the Agent-action-Objective (A...
Keywords: authenticity; AaO-axiom; functional text geometry; perspective text analysis (PTA); textual morphogenesis; free energy surfaces; civilization; utopian society; Huxley
|Försök med automatisk separering av referenser i en flerspråkig databas - Inger Bierschenk|
New types of information- and documentation systems are developed in most countries of the world. Several types of information have been available, but in spite of highly advanced techniques, no programs are yet handling multi-lingual information. This report presents a program, which separates titles of research documents automatically. The search program is based on the matching of specific cues in six languages, which coincide with patterns in the titles...
Keywords: computational linguistics; computerbased lexicology; scientific information; language separation; multilingual database
|A Computational Linguistics Approach to Conceptual Information Processing - Inger Bierschenk|
The purpose of this paper is to present a linguistic model which can be used for the processing of scientific information. The model has developed through several years of research and experiments in information mediation, structuring, organisation and dissemination in such social and humanistic sciences that have been of interest to Swedish educational research. It has been apparent that a so-called "information overflow" and "information explosion" are irrelevant concepts to designate the stat...
Keywords: intermediate language; linguistic model; I&D system; scientific information
|A Computer-based Content Analysis of Interview Data: Some Problems in the Construction and Application of Coding Rules - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report discusses the development of a technique for a computer-based content analysis It presents a flowchart of different stages in the design of an Analysis of Concepts by Data-processing. The acronym ANACONDA is the name that has been given to this technique. A condensed preliminary version of ANACONDA is presented and empirical results are shown from the application of the technique by independent coders to test materials...
Keywords: linguistic data; concept analysis; intercoder agreement; interview text; psycholinguistics
|Produced Consciousness: Shapes of the Machiavellian Snake - Bernhard Bierschenk|
Consciousness, in the beginning of its scientific use, was considered to be material, i.e., to represent an attribute of substance or matter. During later periods, it was associated with learning processes. Based on questionnaires and interviews, a number of different definitions have made its learned content dependent on statistical measures of what people consciously know. However, statically and without a proper time-scale, it is impossible to identify causal links to the biological mechanism...
Keywords: functional text geometry; real time imaging; AaO-axiom; perspective text analysis (PTA); textual morphogenesis; structural stability; consciousness; historical time; renaissance society; Machiavelli
|On the Path from Frame to Schema: References and Abstracts from Five Decades of Research - Inger Bierschenk (Ed.)|
On the Path from Frame to Schema is a publication that contains references and abstracts from five decades in the social sciences. It first appeared in 2006 as a non-numbered Supplement edition in the journal Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning - Cognitive Science Research (0281-9864). It contains a review of a long term research commitment, which has taken place mainly in Sweden. The review concerns a number of researchers and departments, which over the years have been involved and contributed to...
Keywords: social science; grant-supported; empirical studies; statistical analysis; knowability; bibliography
|Consciousness as a Function of Kowledge and Culture - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
The study of consciousness requires a language for exact and precise communication. This article presents a study of how workers in various cultural contexts value information of relevance to their job performance. The strategy of analysis applied differs radically from the classical approaches. Based on the concept of coordinative structure, functional linkages among textual Agents and Objectives provide for the emergence of mental phenomena...
Keywords: coordinative structures; functional linkages; open question analysis; cubic spaces; phase dependency
|Research Planning from a Micro-ecological Perspective: Summary of Interview Study - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report presents a summary of an interview study. The purpose of the study has been to obtain empirical information on how researchers at institutes of education perceive, structure, and define educational and psychological problems. The collection, evaluation and presentation of the results of the study have been made on the basis of system theoretic assumptions.
Keywords: research policy; interview data; system analysis; concept formation
|Competence as a Prerequisite for the Attainment of Life Quality - Bernhard Bierschenk & Barbara Marker|
This paper describes differences between the capacity of Swedish and Danish students to attain life quality. This was carried out by examining the level of competence in four different groups of Swedish and Danish students, and is based on the hypothesis that the possession of competence is a premise for the development of life quality. Competence means the ability to make sense in complex situations; more concretely it is the quality on the basis of which the individual activates his or her kno...
Keywords: life quality (LQ); competence; adaptation; model society; factor analysis; ANOVA
|The Morphogenesis of Orientation and Structural Stability of Themes - Inger Bierschenk|
This article presents a longitudinal study of a comprehensive experiment carried out in a natural learning environment. Its issue has been to consider the relationship between development and growth by intra-individual comparisons. According to an evolutionary scale, pure literature has been selected in the course of a modular curriculum, developed for the Gymnasium level. With respect to the comprehension of the main idea of five literary works at five occasions during three years two students ...
Keywords: natural learning environment; longitudinal study; comprehension; writing style; individual development; individual growth; learning strategy; learning by materials; evolutionary scale
|Fundamentals of Perspective Text Analysis (Substantially Revised Edition). - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The major assumption made is that language as a natural system is both self-organising and self-referential. Compared to common syntactic-semantic approaches, the present approach is ecological and builds on the unambiguous identification of textual agents and agencies together with their objectives. Because information transaction cannot be studied without an emphasis on the text producer’s text building behaviour, his intended and oriented schematising as unitizing activity has been focused ...
Keywords: perspective; control; agent; integration; entanglement; text building; behaviour; information law; text flow; synthethic; AaO; proposition; knowability; self-reference; interval; sensitivity; zipper; topology; invariance
|The Ideology of Pure Form - Inger Bierschenk|
Ever since Chomsky published his work on the syntactic structures, linguists, AI-researchers, philosophers and psychologists have been obsessed with trying to prove the relevance of the formalism that his work advocates. The Chomskyan tradition assumes that the automaton represents the highest form of knowledge, and that, therefore, knowledge of language exists only as propositions. In the later works of Chomsky, the X-bar theory, especially its minimalist version, is proposed to be a purified d...
Keywords: declarative description; phrase structure grammar; finite state generator; minimalist hypothesis; X-bar graph
|Applications of Perspective Text Analysis: A Thematic Overview - Inger Bierschenk|
This thematic overview presents some studies on the validation and verification of Perspective Text Analysis (PTA). The first section, containing the validation part, provides evidence for the hypothesis about the capacity of PTA to reflect specificity of ecologically specified observations in text production. The following section presents verification studies within various contexts and focuses on individual prerequisites and constraints that are at work when a person is put in a situation in ...
Keywords: validation; study; laboratory; context; verification; longitudinal; experiment; learning
|The Morphogenesis of Intention and Structural Stability of Motifs - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This article is based on the Agent-action-Objective AaO-axiom and assumes that intention can be discovered and made evident. But this requirement can be satisfied only under the condition that a particular individual can be identified with his style of writing. This implies that the nature of writing becomes approachable. Getting a style under control presupposes the A-component, which is discussed with a focus on string rotation and the establishment of lawful relations that include intention i...
Keywords: space hypothesis; AaO axiom; mirror strategy; topological invariants; uniqueness; comprehension; writing style; longitudinal study; super-symmetries
|Stability and Change in the Development of Knowledge - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This contribution is about an entirely new approach to the study of knowledge. As an introductory remark, the classical research operations in the field of cognition are reviewed. Against this background, an application of David Hestenes theory of rotational dynamics is demonstrated with particular reference to text processing. Based on the mechanism of joints and links of the AaO machine, angular displacements and the control of textual movement patterns are topologically presented...
Keywords: AaO system; angular displacement; textual movement; topology
|Remarks on the Status of Inference in the Area of Knowledge Representation - Christopher Habel|
The concept of inference is one of the global concepts used for the explanation of cognitive processes. There exist mainly two types of characterisation: the logical and the psychological. These different characterisations are based on the difference between inference and rule of inference. Information processing systems can be formalised as inferential systems, i.e. systems with inferential processes...
Keywords: proposition; logical form; inference; time restriction
|The Language Space - Inger Bierschenk|
The theoretical assumption put forward in the present paper is that text is a natural phenomenon, whose development is governed by inner dynamics, as regular as regards any living system. This dynamics becomes accessible through the language mechanism. Through language an individual forms his inner mental space into a textual representation. On the surface, because of writing conventions, the text is linearly progressing...
Keywords: AaO model; information flow; Italian; functional clause; viscal; elastic; linear relations topology
|Consciousness in Historical Time: Tacitus on the Suiones - Bernhard Bierschenk (Ed.)|
Since knowability must emanate from the single individual, singularity constitutes the frame of reference, and the embodiment of knowing is expected to emerge through individual text production. Furthermore, the basis of the presented studies will consist of text materials with unknown frame factors. This is especially underlined by the fact that history at the Times of Tacitus was an art, not a science...
Keywords: geometry; distance; morphogenesis; structure; knowability; consciousness; history; time; Latin prose; resonance space; FES; AaO axiom; Europe; thought
|Forskningsplanering ur mikroekologiskt perspektiv - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report contains a summary of an interview study. The investigation has been carried out with the aim to explore the initial phase of the research process. According to a model, based on a theory of general systems, results are presented concerning the perception, structuring and definition of educational and psychological research problems. The results are summarised in accordance to the resources and constraints, which steer research planning.
Keywords: research policy; system analysis; interview data; empirical research
|Intuitive Judgement in the Context of Constructivism - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
This report presents the fifth and last experiment in a longitudinal study of text building behaviour at the Gymnasium level of a Swedish School. The series of experiments concerns natural language production as a means for the establishment of state attractors as well as their geometric space descriptions. The hypothesis tested during three years of instruction and learning is whether the evolving attractors pertain to a descriptive dimension (analytic sensibility) or to a reflective dimension ...
Keywords: AaO-paradigm; Perspective Text Analysis (PTA/Vertex); utopia; dystopy; citizenship; nurture; futurism; morality; de-humanisation; Huxley
|The Fundamentals of Perspective Text Analysis (Original Edition). - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The major assumption made is that language as a natural system is both self-organising and self-referential. Compared to common syntactic-semantic approaches, the present approach is ecological and builds on the unambiguous identification of textual agents and agencies together with their objectives. Because information transaction cannot be studied without an emphasis on the text producerâs text building behaviour, his intended and oriented schematising as unitising activity has been focused u...
Keywords: AaO system; expression; proposition; text building; behaviour; agent; scale factor; operative space; energy flow; periodical system; energies; information flow; timing; spacing
|Con-Scious Measurement and Representation of Knowing - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
The classical hypothesis underlying measurement and representation of natural phenomena is based on the analytic proposition. The traditional assumption is that stimulus - response pairs can be studied with respect to intensity or power and resistence to change. In contrast, the Schema hypothesis advanced, assumes the synthetic proposition as the foundation of an approach that observes dynamics and invariance under change as essential...
Keywords: schema; synthesis; algorithm; agent control; ecology; topographic